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|More black NFL players continue to showcase how black people in America can never assimilate to the culture whites create (or standards governing civility), thus, we must assimilate to them|
But know this: as Steve Sailer noted, a black NFL player - Isaiah Crowell (who was kicked off the University of Georgia team for a weapons offense) faced virtually no blowback for posting an image of a white police officer having his throat slit on his Instagram account.
But, really know this: black players in the NFL decided to double-down on their anti-white, anti-police hatred during week three. Fourteen of the leagues 32 franchises (two still have not played, with Atlanta playing New Orleans on Monday night) saw black players either take a knee or raise a black power fist into the air. [NFL players who protested during the national anthem in Week 3, ESPN.com, 9-25-16]
Years from now - decades perhaps - when historians begin to piece together the collapse of the North American republic, one or two smart researchers will wonder if patriot Mike Ditka decided to not run as the GOP candidate for senator of Illinois so Barack Obama could win, clearing the path for this run for the Oval Office.
These smart historians will wonder if Ditka knew something about how an anti-white Obama, as commander-in-chief, could erase white guilt forever. [Mike Ditka: 'I don't see all the atrocities going on in this country that people say are going on', Chicago Tribune, 9-25-16]:
Mike Ditka said Friday he has no respect for San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has refused to stand during the national anthem since the NFL preseason.
“Anybody who disrespects this country and the flag, if they don’t like our flag then get the hell out,” he said on Dallas’ 105.3 The Fan. “That’s what I think. So if you’re asking me, I have no respect for Colin Kaepernick. He probably has no respect for me, that’s his choice."
In addition, the Pro Football Hall of Famer suggested there’s nothing going on in the country to warrant a protest.
“I don’t see all the atrocities going on in this country that people say are going on,” Ditka said. “I see opportunities if people want to look for opportunities. If they don't want to look for 'em, then you can find problems with anything.”Personal responsibility.
That's what Ditka is talking about, but in Black-Run America (BRA), these are antiquated virtues - advocated only by those swimming in white privilege - no longer in vogue.
Let's just put it this way: the ratings for week three of the NFL will be trending down.
Keep taking a knee and raising a black power fist, guys!
Though former NFL player Pat Tillman died for nothing (and was probably killed by his government), it's important to remember his words on 9/12/01 when confronted with these Black Lives Matter protests by black players.